Recipe courtesy of Produce for Kids
Prep time: 15 minutes
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(NC) Are you hoping to get a refund this year to spend on a trip or home renovation? Or, maybe you’re looking forward to benefit payments to help you and your family. No matter what your reason is, you need to do your taxes to get money back.
Even if you don’t have any income to report, you could still get benefits and credits. For example, if you and your spouse (or common-law partner) don’t do your taxes on time or at all, your payments like the Canada child benefit and GST/HST credit will be interrupted. Even if you didn’t earn income or your income is tax exempt, you should still do your taxes since your benefit payments are calculated using your tax information.
If doing your taxes seems overwhelming or you think you might be missing out on benefit payments, there are some options available to help you. Through its Outreach Program, officers from the Canada Revenue Agency can visit an organization in your community such as a library, church or other organization that helps people in need.
This free service will present information and answer questions on benefits and credits available to you, how to get them, and talk about other services and programs that might help you, including free tax clinics. The CRA partners with community organizations to offer free tax clinics to eligible individuals with a modest income and a simple tax situation.
Ask a community organization near you about having an outreach officer come and talk to members of your community about taxes and benefits. Or, if you’re involved with an organization, you can request a visit at canada.ca/cra-outreach.